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Charles Biederman in Red Wing, MN, 1976. Gift of Gary Mortensen to the Weisman Art Museum.
Portrait of Charles Biederman.
Charles Joseph Biederman of Red Wing, an influential and non-conformist American Modernist painter, sculptor and art theorist, made a lasting mark in American and international art circles.
The Third Minnesota triumphantly enters Little Rock in Stanley Arthurs's painting, in the Governor's Reception Room at the Minnesota State Capitol.
Exterior view of the Socialist Opera building in Virginia, Minnesota. The grand opening of this building was on April 5-6, 1913. Used with permission from the Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota.
La Pointe, Madeline Island, Lake Superior, Wisconsin, c.1905.
Portrait of Ramsay Crooks, undated. Artist unknown.
Drawing of view of Wood Lake Battlefield, forty-three miles from Fort Ridgely, c.1862. Drawing by Albert Colgrave.
Drawing of the Battle of Wood Lake, c.1896. From A thrilling narrative of the Minnesota massacre and the Sioux War of 1862–63 (A.P. Connolly. Chicago, 1896.)
1890 painting depicting the Second Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment at the Battle of Chickamauga, Georgia, September 20, 1863. Painted by artists Harry J. Kellogg, 1890.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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